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Location: 1644
Amsterdam, 1644 - 412 x 504 mm.
Extending from India to Japan and showing parts of Australia. It is indeed one of the first printed maps to show identifiable parts of Australia. It was not revised until 1664, by which time it was we..
Location: 1644
Amsterdam, 1644 - 375 x 490 mm.
Showing the geographical features of the islands, and decorated with ships, sea monsters and a handsome cartouche. With an inset of Bachian island. From early on Willem Jansz. Blaeu aimed of publishi..
Location: 1645
Amsterdam, 1645 - 410 x 503 mm.
The map covers the area from India to Japan, with the East Indies, with good detail in Philippines. In the upper right corner the southern tip of Korea is shown, and marked "Corea insula".It was the f..
Location: 1654
Paris, 1654 - 396 x 555 mm.
Sanson's important mid-seventeenth century map of the East Indies, covering modern Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia and parts of Southeast Asia and New Guinea. At a scale of about 1:10,000,000, it..
Location: 1702
Munich, c.1702 - 227 x 338 mm.
Attractive map of the Philippines, Japan, Korea and Indonesia with an inset of the island Guam, by the Jesuit Heinrich Scherer, printed in for Scherer's 'Atlas Novus'. Several fishes and ships decorat..
Location: 1720
Amsterdam, 1720 - 376 x 865 mm.
An inset plan of Batavia and clearly indicated rice fields, mountains, forests, towns in profile and even elephants suggest the wealth of detail found on this map. Modeled on Hadrien Reland's importan..
Location: 1720
Amsterdam, 1720 - 370 x 432 mm.
Interesting sheet with seven detailed views illustrating the most important Dutch V.O.C. trading outposts and fortified colonial possessions in the East Indies, including 4 harbor views Batavia (Jakar..
Location: 1750
Augsbourg, 1750 - 268 x 398 mm.
A so-called optical print of Fatahillah Square in Jakarta, Indonesia, prepared for use in a light-box or an amusing light-show. This richly hand coloured print is much perforated, windows are cut out,..
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